Reliance Regular Saving Equity – Performance

POSTED BY Dominic Prakash ON October 2, 2011 3:13 am COMMENTS (2)

Reliance Regular Savings Equity is in my portfolio for the past one year and in this volatile market condition this is the worst fund in the lot. Should I stop my SIP and start SWP or wait for somemore time. My liquid funds are far better than RRSF. Apperciate any suggestions.

Regards Dominic

2 replies on this article “Reliance Regular Saving Equity – Performance”

  1. TheZionView says:


    Reliance Regular Saver might be a underperforming fund but it is not right to compare it with a liquid fund which invests in bank deposits.
    The past year as all know has been volatile and sensex/nifty has lost around 10-15%.

    Please take the fund performance against its benchmark and compare it,that is the right way of doing it.As per Value Research its been underperforming than category but you should give it some more time to show its worth. Its your call at the end

    As of 30 Sep 2011 Fund Return Category Return VR Balanced
    Year-to-Date -13.92 -9.81 -13.45
    1-Week 0.18 0.18 2.37
    1-Month -0.47 -0.82 0.36
    3-Month -8.40 -6.62 -8.32
    1-Year -15.17 -9.92 -11.63
    2-Year 5.87 4.60 1.02
    3-Year 18.80 12.14 8.31

  2. Abhishek says:

    Hi Dominic,

    Continue your SIP and wait for better returns in the long term.
    1 year is not an enough time frame to judge performance.


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